Resolution passed by SSCT signed by R. J. Ratnakar, nephew of Sathya Sai Baba
The Sathya Sai Central Trust (SSCT) has said that the task that lies ahead is unquestionably enormous and complex in the absence of the personal guidance of Bhagwan Sri Sathya Sai Baba.
The trustees and members of the council of management of Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust met on Tuesday morning at Prashanti Nilayam to condole the passing away of the founder of the trust, Sathya Sai Baba, and passed a resolution.
Significantly, the resolution was signed by R.J. Ratnakar, one of the trustees and son of the younger brother of Sai Baba, late R. V. Janakiram.
It said: “At this first meeting of the Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust being held after our most revered founder trustee, Bhagwan, shed his mortal frame to return to his natural state of pure universal consciousness, we consider it our first and foremost task as trustees and members of the council of management to place on record our reverential homage to Bhagwan Baba, also our deepest gratitude to him for giving all of us a chance to play a role, however small, in his monumental mission to serve humanity.”
The resolution noted that Sai Baba wore a human frame and acted seemingly at a human level. “However, his actions and missions always bore the stamp of the cosmic aspect of the divine, imminent in an avatar,” it said.
The trustees said the task ahead was unquestionably enormous and complex, particularly, in the absence of the personal guidance of Sai Baba.
They said they offered themselves in all humility and with a sense of total unity at the feet of Sai Baba and prayed to him to guide and inspire all the work they do with so that the trust that he founded continued to make the difficult achievable and the impossible a reality, exactly as it happened when he guided it.